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FOX News
May 2, 2012 6:00pm EDT
correspondent says this occurs against the back drop of high level talks with the united states. >> good evening, the story could be over but there are questions what the chinese dissident was told before he agreed to leave the united states embassy. he told the associated press that u.s. officials informed him of a threat that his wife would be beaten to death if he did not leave the embassy. the state department officials say that is not the case. >> at in time did any u.s. official speak to him about physical or legal threats to his wife and children. and nor did any chinese officials make any threats to us or through us. >> he was seen being wheeled through a hospital after leaving the embassy. american officials say it was his desire to remain in china rather than seek asylum in the united states or elsewhere. now the 40-year-old whine dissident is receiving medical treatment after sustaining a foot energy escaping house arrest with the help of supporters last week. he has been an irritant to the chinese government tore being vocal about the one child policy forcing women to undergo
FOX News
May 10, 2012 4:00am EDT
, about a quarter of it goes for chinese products. and the result is that the united states is printing money, spending money, deficit money and it's going to china. but china. >> needs to go to china because they worked more cheaply than american workers there. >> that's right. we are free marketeers here. and "wall street journal" and others tariffs. >> but now it's not a question of their having cheaper labor. really what a tariff does. they don't call it a tariff. they call it currency adjustment. we call it manipulation. and we -- our product 40% more expensive in their country. >> bill: right. >> 40% less than ours. >> bill: what can we do to stop that? >> well, the united states should be aggressive with china and demanding a stop to it retaliatory trade agreements. retaliatory tariffs. complaints to the imf. complaints to the world trade organization. >> bill: all right. dick, thanks very much. check his book out on dick morris.com and all stores across the country. comedian john lovitz fed up with class warfare. president obama he let's them have it lovitz will be here
FOX News
May 4, 2012 4:00am EDT
fencing around his house and more guards. >> bill: he wants to come here to the united states. >> he was crying today. >> bill: he will be coming here i assume that. >> no. >> so you say that overseas china thumbing its nose at usenned a whole bunch of other people. >> china is poised to be the dominant power. the hedge hond in asia. today i don't know who what we would would do in china whole taiwan thing anymore. inconvenient to us. 10 years ago we would have known what we would have done. what we are seeing in south america with alliances between countries like venezuela and russia and brazil and china, the world is shifting. and the debate in our country has to be is it okay? maybe it's okay for people for america to become just another power. but if that's the case, what does that mean for american families? what does that mean for freedom? what does that mean for our ability to exercise our own rights with our own allies around the world? i think that is a real serious conversation. bill ayers stepped into it by saying it. he is cheering it i don't think most americans are chee
FOX News
May 1, 2012 6:00pm EDT
reserve the right to go what we feel is appropriate to secure interest of the united states of america. >> you hire the president to make a call when no one else can do it. >> the back and forth stems from web ad released by the obama campaign, highlighting the president's decision to launch the successful strike against bin laden. it's sparked backlash from a diverse critics. the obama supporter adrianna huffington called it despicable and took offense to the suggestion that romney would not have taken similar action. >> if there is no way to know whether romney would have been exercising and to speculate that he wouldn't be is not the way to run a campaign on either side. >> republican senator john mccain, the man who went head-to-head with mr. obama in 2008 said the president is taking credit for something any commander in chief would have done. >> i have had a great honor of serving in the country of heroes. heroes don't brag. >> days after the mission, then defense secretary robert gates worried in celebrating the victory, insiders were too busy taking credit and not focus
FOX News
May 8, 2012 4:00am EDT
took 13 hours. the attorneys railed against the united states and one female lawyer even suggested that women at the trial wear clothing acceptable to the terrorists. joining us now from boston colonel david hunt and from washington lt. colonel ralph peters, author of the book "cain at gettysburg." both fox news analysts. colonel peters, the whole thing on saturday was preliminary. the real trial is not going to start until next year. it was a farce, right? >> it certainly was. look, these terrorists were trying to put on trial are having a ball. they are enjoying exploiting the system. their lawyers are helping them. what you are see something basically the abbey hoffman and jerry reuben with prayer rugs is a tremendous, tremendous propaganda opportunity for them military court is very afraid. they are cowered by the holder department and the administration. afraid to crackdown because they will be accused of oppression. the bottom line is, this bill, those terrorists never should have even made it to gitmo. >> bill: all right. but we have them there why can't execute them. that's not
FOX News
May 19, 2012 4:00am EDT
, barack obama president of the united states lives in the white house white house. we know he is not paying rent. he is worth $8 million. yep. yep. so at least his economic recovery is on track. mitt romney, barack obama is worth $8 million. you know what mitt romney says hell, i have got that on me. what? >> during a speech yesterday in ohio. joe biden criticized republicans for not understanding the middle class. in response, mitt romney is like that's ridiculous. some of my best friend's gardners are middle class. >> bill: all right. so you see where this is going. i think it's just going to get worse. there was you? poll out do you think president obama is rich. do you think mitt romney is rich? like 50-some odd percent said president obama is rich and 60 some odd percent said mitt romney is rich. there is not a big difference in most people's minds. when you get up to having, you know, net worth that are measured in the tens of millions, it all starts to get blurry. and i think the obama campaign is wasting a lot of time and making a mistake by engaging in this type kind of clas
FOX News
May 21, 2012 3:00pm PDT
united states. >> president on saturday let session on debt crisis so intense it went hour and 20 minutes longer than planned. short-term win to press merkel to ease on the budget cut. 30-point education trouping in more spending. >> more must be done in context of the fiscal and structural reform. >> bret: >> over the long-term, the president may pay political price for citing more with the new socialist government on accepting. as talks heat up a home. >> if we don't deal with our debt and deficit in an honest and serious way, we won't have many options. i am not going to apologize for leading. the real issue here is will the president lead? >> president took a swipe of his own at boehner and colleagues urging patience for the euro zone. >> they have 17 countries that have to agree to every step they take. i think about my congress and i think of 17 congresss and i get a headache. >> the president also said the european leaders agree that greece should stay in euro zone but it's ultimately a decision with huge ramifications if for american economy. >> bret: ed henry traveling wi
FOX News
May 7, 2012 3:00pm PDT
, do >>> the united states engages in a number of operations to go after al-qaeda. and their militant allies. their terrorist allies. who would try to attack the united states. what this dints makes clear is -- this incident makes clear is the country has to continue to remain vigilant against those that would seek to attack this country. and we will do everything necessary to keep america safe. >> bret: not a lot of details from the defense secretary leon panetta today about a thwarted plot. the u.s. officials saying they believe that al-syrie a top target in yemen was tied to this plot. he's considered one of best bomb makers working together because he uses a nonmetallic explosives called ptn. you don't need a lot of it. you can get through metal detectors. apparently there was a suicide bomber thwarted by the c.i.a. before he got on a u.s. airliner. now this happens, apparently, sometime but the president is briefed in mid-april. this is the statement from the nfc. while the president was assured that the device did not pose a threat to the public he directed the department of hom
FOX News
May 1, 2012 4:00am EDT
attacks? >> well, you know, bill, these people are plotting terrorist activities against the united states, when they are engaged in executing, they are on their battlefield. they are terrorists. we engage them on their battlefield when we use drones to attack them because essentially they are like soldiers and soldiers get shot, they get krunfirhi ty atcks. t dierseou capeleheyoe de s snd dst ttlls ppl t ic tthite. s remm d t dius thsileuen kis dne pgr iseume tnunng eeoe he wer bo cldhi tt. ig wlt's inreinbeuswhen aroh tk - juan tk ou i a -he juifatn r e on prraisxalyhe se e aheus aintrio adnistraon forapri d ungnhce interration. creating plots a have infoatn we nd it may be a ticng time bomb issue. ju rember the obama administration wentrom 2009 it was most important thing in the world for khalid sheikh mohammed, of 9/11 fame to come to new york city and get a civilian trial and that was the only way that our values would be right with the world. then they realized that's not going to work. nd lrha >>n gra t, g h p cake thhe yosehe fda seen >>es >> mn,omn, isit m orrelle anse? c't
FOX News
May 16, 2012 1:00am PDT
states has said to the nation i want to redefine marriage in the united states of america. i, the leader of the country wants to redefine it. and i'm saying okay. okay. if that's your sincere belief that that's the right way to go. you have to tell me then where the redefinition stops does it just stop at gays or do we open it up for any kind of alternative lifestyle? reverend coats, you get the last word. >> the president has defined the boundaries. the boundaries are he wants to provide civil marriage protection for all citizens including gays and lesbians. that's the term. those are the boundaries here. it's critically important that we preserve the equal rights and freedoms of all citizens regardless of our personal religious beliefs. we are a system without values as americans. >> we are going down a slippery slope here. once we get on this slope, it does not stop. somebody will want to marry his sister it. a brother. >> bill: that's where i'm going. gentleman, we can't sort that out tonight. it was a very very interesting debate. i will probably have you both back on if you will co
FOX News
May 18, 2012 6:00pm EDT
not the purpose of the united states. >> afghanistan is another catastrophe of global economy, with smaller penals of aid after iran pulling it own troops out by end of the year. >> that being said, we will continue to support afghanistan and n a different way. our support will take a different format. >> aides say mr. obama won't try to persuade him to change. though other countrys have to pick up french responsibilities. the leaders will discuss the ongoing violence in syria, as well as iran nuclear program. answers are unlikely to send dmitry medvedev instead of coming himself. coo dense lent i, iranian officials will sign an agreement with the u.n. nuclear agency this weekend to resume inspections. leaders of four african nation are invited to talk about innovation in agriculture. the goal is to end the depen dance of the rest of -- dependence of africa. >> they're trying to create conditions where assistance is no longer needed. where people have dignity and the pride of being self-sufficient. >> this is the largest gathering leader ever held at camp david. each officials say h
FOX News
May 15, 2012 3:00pm PDT
united states. he'll give you the same thing he gave us. nothing. >> super pacs by lay are prohibited from working with campaign. but the priorities usa launch came one day after the obama biden campaign unveiled its own add and website. romneyeconomics.com. focused on the same steel plant. what is more. the president monday night raked in $2 million at manhattan fundraiser. at the home after private equity first twice the size of bain capital. white house saw no incon analysis stepsy in bashing of one private equity firm and milking of another. >> it's not a question of whether private equity specifically is important or valid. it's the vision you bring to the job. >> team romney struck back with the second web video in two days. this focused not on another plant thying today, but on the ordinary iowanss among the 23 million americans unemployed, underemployed or departed from the workforce. >> that is the problem. a lot of people were around here. everyone believed, everyone had hope. they all thought, this guy will get something done. now it seems like nothing will get d
FOX News
May 9, 2012 4:00am EDT
direction of the country. 52% are. there is no question the united states of america has not treated blacks well through the it history. as john adams once wrote save solid an abomination and the persecution of blacks after the civil war was almost as bad. because of that history, we are still having having trouble with equality. the media fears controversy involving black americans. even while some in law enforcement do the opposite they are very tough on young black males in particular the truth is african-americans are treated differently by the powerful. enarrest night's factor bernie goldberg says the media is ignoring the story in norfolk because of paternalism. they don't want the nation to know that a mob of young black people beat up a white woman and her date fearing it might embolden bigots. that analysis by bernie is worth thinking about. on the police front, it's hard to figure out just what norfolk police chief sharon chamber lynn is doing. her department refuses to release the 911 tape and now has to deal with the formal complaint filed by the victims. virginia authorities in
FOX News
May 9, 2012 6:00pm EDT
united states of america? is there we did not believe so. >> you were burning -- >> no doubt to the fact -- >> referring to the arrest. >> ieds. >> i think it's fair to say that that plot had been thwarted at the time. >> based on the f.b.i. analysis, congressional sources say the response could have been caught by a full body scan in the u.s. airport but invasive screening technique are not common in middle east or europe where it t bomb would have to rignated. >> bret: thank you. security procedures at u.s. airports remain unchanged tonight, despite the development of the new bomb. correspondent doug mckelway tells us it is the latest channel for the much maligned tsa. >> found by tsa agents yesterday hidden in stuffed toy animals at rhode island airport, gun part and ammunition. the find, small victory for agency that is losing the confidence of frustrated passengers. >> too many americans instead of delivering effective security believe the tsa has given americans public long lines and policies that hardly make us safer. >> passengers already run a gauntlet of security procedures fro
FOX News
May 16, 2012 6:00pm EDT
father beliefed if i wanted to be president of the united states, i could be, i could be visit president. my mother and father believed that if my brother or sister wanted to be a millionaire, they could be a millionaire. my mother and father dreamed as much as any rich guy drea dreams. they don't get us. they don't get who we are. >> romney says the president is undermining the american dream with the politics of the envy and class warfare, while using policies to enrich democratic donors in the re-election campaign at the expense of national and economic security. >> this president is comfortable with the trillion dollar deficits. i'm not. i'll stop that. this is a president who is comfortable cutting the military. i'm not. i will stop that. this is a president who is not taking advantage of our energy resources. instead, he is taking your dollars and i vesting it in some of the little businesses of his campaign contributors. that is wrong. that will stop. we will not do that when i'm president. >> romney won the endorsement of rival herman cain. he urged those who wanted to
FOX News
May 15, 2012 6:00pm EDT
a list of countries from around the world... ...with the best math scores. ...the united states would be on that list. in 25th place. let's raise academic standards across the nation. let's get back to the head of the class. let's solve this. [ male announcer ] we believe small things can make a big difference. like how a little oil from here can be such a big thing in an old friend's life. purina one discovered that by blending enhanced botanical oils into our food, we can help brighten an old dog's mind so he's up to his old tricks. with this kind of thinking going into our food, imagine all the goodness that can come out of it. just one way we're making the world a better place... one pet at a time. vibrant maturity. from purina one smartblend. >>> washington kicked the can down the road, kicked the can down the road and the american people think we're crazy. i'm using the event to force the process to deliver more change than what it would produce on its own. >> bret: house speaker john boehner today pretty blunt saying that republicans are ready for a fight over increasing the de
FOX News
May 14, 2012 3:00pm PDT
over the streets. >> that used to be one of the things that separated the united states ining country abroad. you don't see seasonals in the street in this country. you never did. that is changing. >> we're deeply opposed to the militarization of civil society. in all kind of version. this is importing it. it's cheap, easy, silent. it's something that you can easily deploy. it will be i think the bane of our existence. stop it here, stop it now. strong letter to follow. [ laughter ] >> bret: yes. >> tell ugh oh you really feel about this. okay. charles krauthammer. animated as i've seen you on a topic. >> people says washington is terrible because nobody agrees. this could be an issue on which libertarians and conservatives and the aclu people get together. >> that happened time and again with the patriot act. >> less and less. >> well, that is it for the panel. stay tuned to see what the president is up to on a recent visit to california. in your ene? ♪ wer surge, let it blow your mind. [ male announcer ] for fruits, veggies and natural green tea energy... new v8 v-fusion plus ener
FOX News
May 24, 2012 1:00am PDT
the united states doesn't like this capitalistic system. that's what i keep pounding. >> every negative has to be answered. bill clinton's rule with me. never sleep under the same roof with unanswered negative. his answer about batting .780 really destroys that argument. >> bill: finally, were you surprised at the network newscasts didn't -- >> -- huh-uh of course not. >> bill: that's a big story. this is going to cost american taxpayers. forget about the church versus obama. every american taxpayer is going to pay for these lawsuits going to cost tens of millions of dollars and the network newscasts doesn't report them. >> 26% of the population is catholic. bishops heads of the church sue and they don't cover it. >> bill: they don't cover it it? >> there was a poll by gallup that just came out today that showed that support for pro-choice is at an all-time low on abortion. only 41% of americans describe themselves as pro-choice. 50% say they are pro-life. that's a huge reversal. >> bill: why is that happening? do you think? >> i think the baby boom is aging. i think evangelica
FOX News
May 23, 2012 6:00pm EDT
silly to me this argument that a major foreign policy success on part of the united states should be kept secret. >> white house spokesman denied the classified information was discussed adding that the hollywood meetings the same information was given to the white house press corps. the white house press corps got a lot of information about the bin laden raid but we were never, we never got access to a navy seal planner. at least the planner of the raid. i have never been invited to any c.i.a. vault. though a spokesperson there said it was empty when the hollywood folks came over. >> all right. thank you, ed. pakistani doctor who helped the u.s. track down bin laden was today sentenced to 33 years in prison for treason. he ran a vaccination program for the cia to collect dna and verify bin laden's perhaps at his compound where he was killed in that american raid last may. unilateral operation outraged pakistani officials and today's verdict could put a further strain on the bilateral relations. syrian officials say international sanctions aimed at pressuring president bashar assad's
FOX News
May 10, 2012 6:00pm EDT
, the united states and western powers laid out good versus eel argument. opposition being good. assad being evil. this makes things more complicated with the possibility of al-qaeda getting involved and the world still trying to figure out a way to stop the violence. bret? >> thank you. >> bret: power sharing talks have gone nowhere in greece with a final round underway. new election is a possibility. the head of the second place radical left coalition is asking european officials to re-examine the country's strict austerity program. in spain, the government has taken control of the fourth largest bank which suffered huge losses on bad real estate loans. there is fear that spain might need its own bail-out. back in this country, the spending scandal at the general services administration or gsa has shone a light on the fact that many government agencies do not have the kind of inspectors that discover the abuse at bsa. correspondent shannon bream tells us why not. >> in the wake of lavish spending of taxpayer dollars by bsa officials at johnson, las vegas and else, where lawmak
FOX News
May 3, 2012 1:00am PDT
romney wouldn't have killed bin laden. i don't think there are five people in the united states that believe that. >> bill: are you counting alan colmes though? come on. all you have got to do. >> i didn't believe anybody believes that romney wouldn't have done that. >> bill: they do. and then the other thing i was reminded of george bush, standing on the aircraft carrier with a big thing mission accomplished. i was thinking of lyndon johnson with light at the end of the tunnel every other week not going to back vietnam. when the president says something like a new day is dawning, the tide has turned, is he really going out there and making himself a hostage because then if the taliban has another week like they did three or four weeks ago where they go around and bomb everything in sight, including right there in the green zone, i think that he is going to have some problems. so, i think that it was a good week, but i think he overreached and it could come back to haunt him. by the way i don't agree with you about afghanistan. >> bill: do you or you don't? >> i don't. i believe that
FOX News
May 12, 2012 1:00am PDT
reception. i want to be there. >> bill: wouldn't it be there to have the president of the united states at your gay marriage? wouldn't it be worth it to go through the metal detector to see that. >> i'm down with it if it were me i would invite the president to my wedding for sure. >> i would ask everybody to spread the gifts around and be angry because there is no dog on the menu. >> bill: who would be. >> obama. >> bill: this is the reference to the president eating a cocker spaniel. >> a joke that might have been fresh three weeks ago. >> bill: you just recycled it here. >> why not? i'm running out of steam, arthel. >> bill: gutfeld does 10 shows where he has to talk to five people. >> can't all be winners. >> bill: my dumbest thing of the week is a winner. it's about the united nations. stay with me here. there is a special respect ator for the um. his name is james -- a college professor in arizona. the professor has said that the indians have gotten hosed in america and that's true. is he recommending that the united nations demand the u.s.a. give the bad lands and mount ru
FOX News
May 2, 2012 3:00pm PDT
the president believes al qaeda's leadership can be wiped out freeing the united states to focus on targeted strikes in places like yemen. >> it is a long war with requiring of a long-term commitment which is what the president signaled. >> as corruption continues inside karzai's government, and americans shell out $289 million a day there, the public is weary. the latest fox poll shows that 78 percent of registered voters approve of withdrawing u.s. troops. >> that's why republicans are urging the president to speak up about the war more, shore up support, and prepare the american people for tough difficulties ahead before last night, the president had not given a major speech on afghanistan in nearly a year. >>bret: thank you, ed, from the north lawn. stocks were mixed. the dow jones industrial average lost 11 and the s&p 500 lost 3 1/2. unemployment in the euro zone is now higher than it has ever been since the creation of the currency. spain is leading the way with a quarter of the workers not working. and now we have that story from madrid. >>greg: the prime minister came to po
FOX News
May 29, 2012 6:00pm EDT
month. >> matter of international law, the united states is in an armed conflict with al-qaeda, taliban and associated forces. in response to the 9/11 attac attacks. we may use force consistent with the right of national self-defense. >> language former bush administration note is strikingly familiar to republican justifications that candidate obama ripped in 2008. >> represents a 180 in the direction. hypocritical, he continues to criticize those believing in enhanced interrogation but does this which is more intrucetive, i'd say. >> republicans question the timing of the massive leak to "new york times" and whether it was aimed to make the president look more hawkish in an election year. >> why this information and the fact that the people are targeted let out to the press is shocking. fits a pattern of abuse. intelligence and national security information. >> white house officials insist there is nothing inappropriate and notes the president more direct hands-on approach delivered results. notably, taking out usama bin laden. >> president obama made clear from the start to advisors a
FOX News
May 3, 2012 6:00pm EDT
moment ago, you said chen would like to to go the united states on secretary clinton's plane. any chances that would happen. >> it seems unlikely, but there is pressure building to do something. pressure has been put on him. his security is responsibility of obama administration. >>> today mitt romney took time out for hammering the pot on the economy economy to hammer him on national security. he had some help. carl cameron shows us. >> reporter: two days in a row campaigning in virginia virginia a state barack obama run in 2008 and joining mitt romney on the trail the conservative governor a vice presidential prospect and tea party fire brand. >> this is what victory looks like. take a look around. [ applause ] >> reporter: michele bachmann dropped out the race and waited four months to endorse romney. today, virginia governor bob mcdonald he would consider the number two job, side by side by romney he blasted the current commander in chief. >> this president has not taken care of veterans and not made good decisions for the america's military and cut investments in defense. you
FOX News
May 5, 2012 1:00am PDT
said that people would be outraged and people are supposed to be welcome in the united states of america to walk where they want to walk. but was this area a particularly dangerous area that the reporters should not have been driving through? >> i think if you look at the crime rates of the city of norfolk it is a little bit higher in that area but i want to address the race issue right off the bat because there are the facts that we know and the feelings that have been expressed and as you know bigtimes there can be a pig difference between the two things. the facts that we know is there were no racial slurs hurled at the two reporters. 16 whoung man who is 1640 was was arrested is not going to be charged with a hate crime. the feelings expressed and they have been quite loud and vehement, the feelings are that there is some racial overtone but that is conjecture and clouds over the real story here and that is safety issue for many of the residents not just in norfolk but something in a similar fashion happens across communities across the area and the other issue is with the vi
FOX News
May 4, 2012 6:00pm EDT
with him. he confirmed that he and his family now want to go to the united states so he can pursue his studies. >> reporter: late yesterday an emergency hearing, chen by cellphone told lawmakers he would like to leave china on secretary clinton's plane. >> he wants to come to the u.s. for a time of rest. he has not had any rest in the past ten years. >> congressman who chaired that hearing says he is pleased by the progress. >> there was clearly a hurry up offense in order to clear the decks so that secretary of state and geithner would be able to have this meeting. >> reporter: chen is vocal about china's one child policy. he was under house arrest before a daring escape with the help of supporters last week. a fellow dissident visiting washington made it clear that he thinks u.s. prestige is on the line. >> i think the american government and american white house has a responsibility and should help all those who are facing danger around the world. >> reporter: they have offered him to be a visiting scholar in new york. u.s. officials say they have been giving assurances but it will
FOX News
May 8, 2012 3:00pm PDT
european nations and with the united states. >> leaders in greece are struggling to form a new government after sunday vote that served as a reversal for parties that worked to enact the austerity measures. in france, voters rejected the status quo on sunday ousting president nicolas sarkozy in favor of his socialist challenger, francois hollande who has signaled he will move away from belt-tightening policies. last week, voters in britain stripped hundreds of local seats from conservative and liberal democrats over a struggling economy. could the up-ending of incumbents mean trouble for president obama come november? >> i would worry about the trend if i was the obama strategist in the prudential center in chicago looking out over lake michigan toward europe. i would be concerned about that. >> political analysts say the weigh of voters turning out leaders across europe stems from growing unrest on economic possibilities and worry about the future. a sentiment not uncommon at home in the u.s. recent average of polls of the direction of the united states shows bay 2 to 1 margin
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May 25, 2012 3:00pm PDT
religious liberty challenge that we face in the united states today. >> we are talk about constitutional issue. religious freedom. >> they are certain to reach the supreme court. they're violating the constitution and 40 years of congressional action. >> this is about religious energy and every healthcare law except for this one since 1973. >> congress passed 11 lus since 1973 to prevent government from forcing people to violate their religious beliefs. latest was in 1993, championed by schumer and kennedy. >> if you burden the free exercise of religion, there can't be less restrictive way to do it. >> the feeling among catholics is captured in a web video showing the belief in life forged in steal. similar views reflected in a marist poll that found three out of four americans 74 to 26% believe freedom of religion should be protected even if it conflicts with other laws. 46% of democrats agreed with that. 47% of independents. white house trying to argue it was not forcing the catholic institutions to violate moral beliefs saying insurance companies would handle it. >> no
FOX News
May 28, 2012 6:00pm EDT
president of the united states. >> that is behind romney private sector career as liability. romney argues president's lack of experience is bad news for the recovery. tv spots starting from early april but overall, the ads are earlier and bigger than ever. $31.6 million on tv commercials in six weeks nationwide. 47% were positive. 53% were negative. those are the ones that the voters tend to remember. president obama and allies spent $19.8 million in the window. $8.9 million, 70% were positive. but they are not what upset democrats. $3.8 billion or 30% were negative. including the president's first two that drove the news. romney spent $18.86 million. $5.87 million, 37% was positive. including all of romney commercials. 69% was negative. big chunk of that is independent conservative super pack. president came in office promising to change washington is the first of to launch his re-election with negative commercials. some are projecting by the time this is done in five months $2 billion more more overall. unbelievable. >> obama administration found itself high in places. catholic c
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May 22, 2012 1:00am PDT
protests all over the united states why want to know who is behind them where the money is coming from. these people showed up in washington dressed in black. they all knew where to go. they all knew what to do. it was very well coordinated. and on a personal note, on friday, i went to see a play called jesus christ super star on broadway. i had three kids with me. when i left the theater i was confronted by an occupy wall street guy who was very obnoxious came within inches of my face. i told him there were children present. he didn't care. actually chased the car down the street. that wasn't an accident. somebody had seen me going in or in the theater had texted the occupy people to chase me down. this is what is happening across the country, i think people should know about it. >> laura: ironic you were at jesus christ super star. >> what the guy wanted to do same thing what happened to washington to me. he wanted me to punch him. he wanted me to attack him. it was obvious what he was doing. the driver of the car i was in -- this guy was out of control. this is ♪ just about me. th
FOX News
May 31, 2012 3:00pm PDT
wouldn't you. if you have the president of the united states speaking he is the guy that won an election, national election or surrogate elected. that is a lousy choice. the other thing is the strategic, obama is jeopardizing something by going after romney. through surrogates and himself. squandering for a tactical advantage. the presidential aura. if they get in there and slung stuff so early on like other politicians it will hurt them and others won't be aware. the segment of this time in may is spending doing that >> a lot of people don't know who obama is. he's still to be defined. if you look at national review this week he gets to be all things to all people. the deficit cutter and the person who invests in solyndr solyndra. the person that wants to cut back and be responsible. i understand what they are trying to do. it's smart when it comes to romney. i have to agree with charles. the photograph with david axelrod was bizarre. like a trial balloon. if they said who wants to go to massachusetts and give a speech to go against romney record and see how it goes, nobody rai
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May 25, 2012 1:00am PDT
. congressman king, you have publicly said that the united states government outed dr. afridi, thereby leading to his prison sentence. are you standing behind that? >> yes, i do bill. several things here. one in the immediate days after the killing of bin laden had sources in the government talking about d.n.a. samples, how he wanted to compare d.n.a. then soon after that the pakistanis started to lock up various health officials and there was a story in the british papers and also in the news how the officials in our government were off the record confirming that there was a doctor used by the cia to obtain d.n.a. samples. that was two officials in the government that confirmed that. it was mcclatchey then. the worse thing though bill was earlier this year in january, leon panetta went on "sixty minutes and told how the doctor was a cia asset and working for us to obtain. >> bill: he was in custody by that time. and we called and we can't get names attached to this and i hate to do that but the administration denies what you are saying and says that the pakistanis picked up afridi the
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May 4, 2012 1:00am PDT
had done. he wanted to set off a dirty bomb in the united states even though is he an american citizen. okay he, while is he sitting in prison and with all this time on his hands decides to sue john yoo saying you wrote the memo. you have got to pay me for all the abuse i endured in that military prison. he, john yoo has immunity. we protect our government officials from this sort of nonsense because how can they do their job? >> bill: that's what the ninth circuit ruled on that he had immunity and he couldn't bring the suit. >> yes. the reason was they found that the constitutional rights that he was alleging had been violated were not clear at that point in time and unless they were, he has no lawsuit against john yoo. >> bill: okay. where is padilla now? >> in prison. >> bill: i know he is in prison kelly, do you know where he is physically. >> who cares? >> bill: i think he might be in colorado serving 45. they up dollars his sentence. john edwards got to be the worst guy in the world. nobody worse than this guy. got to be in the top three. >> jose padilla is probably worse
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